Red Bull Racing collaborates with “Nyanko Great War” at the Japanese F1 GP[F1-Gate.com]

-Red Bull Racing is the developer of the global mobile gaming phenomenon “The Battle Cats” for the 2022 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix, when F1 returns to the legendary Suzuka circuit for the first time in three years. He announced a unique collaboration with PONOS.

Nyanko Great War has achieved 76 million downloads worldwide. Kimokawa ☆ Nyanko travels across the galaxy aiming for victory on each planet. To commemorate the partnership, the Red Bull RB18 will be branded with PONOS and The Battle Cats.

The collaboration doesn’t stop there. Track fans will also have the opportunity to receive limited edition Red Bull Racing / Ponos merchandise in the form of specially designed paper fans (traditional paper fans) featuring Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez and Christian Horner.

Christian Horner, Red Bull Racing F1 Team Principal, said: “I am delighted to be back in Japan to race at Suzuka, one of F1’s truly legendary tracks.

“Suzuka is home to some of our most devoted and passionate fans, and by partnering with PONOS, one of Japan’s leading mobile game developers, we are offering them something special to remember this race. We are delighted to be able to offer it and look forward to the fun that racing and this partnership will bring to our fans in Japan ”.

Yotan Tsujiko, President and CEO of Ponos, commented: “I have loved motorsport since childhood and admired F1.”

“Since its debut in 2005, Oracle Red Bull Racing has captivated the world’s most passionate racing fans, inspiring their dreams and inspiring their hearts as they consistently perform at the highest level of racing.”

“This level of ambition is also shared by Ponos, who continually strive to deliver more than they expect in entertainment to bring smiles to gamers around the world and create something even better. Likewise, I feel that the fact that Oracle Red Bull Racing has established itself as a powerhouse in the world of F1 is strongly linked to Ponos’ spirit of challenge. “

“We are very excited to see motorsport events return to Japan for the first time in three years in the form of the Japanese Grand Prix next month with our Oracle partners Red Bull Racing.”

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